Eilish De Avalon has been watching too many science fiction movies. Did she seriously think that a cop, after asking her for her license, would accept her response of “Your laws and penalties don’t apply to me. I’m not accepting them, I’m sorry, I must go, thank you. I’m a being from another world and don’t require (a license).”? If so, did she think she would get away with dragging a police officer down the road by his arm, which got pinned in her window? He managed to pull the keys out of the ignition, and then I’m sure she got carted off to the cells, but gees! He now has serious injuries, and could require 6 months of recovery. And do you know what she got pulled over for? Talking on her phone and having a suspended license! And that’s the way she chose to respond?
De Avalon, who called herself a witch, was jailed on Friday the 13th, for a pathetically low sentence of 2 months in jail and 4 months suspended. I think she should be taken to jail on the outside of the police van with her arm stuck in a window, being hauled there at speeds of 60 km/h and see how she likes the ride.
And somebody help me out. What does this mean?
In the Geelong Magistrates’ court yesterday, Magistrate Stephen Myall rejected her lawyer’s defence that she was in an “autonomous” state and that her actions were involuntary.
Autonomous state? Am I missing something? If you’re acting autonomously, you’re acting of your own free will, yes?
Well, we’ll see how this witch likes jail. I think she should have been kept there a lot longer.